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RMRK Price:
$55.0 K
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Market Cap:
$12.8 M

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The price of #RMRK today is $1.41 USD.

The lowest RMRK price for this period was $0, the highest was $1.41, and the current live price for one RMRK coin is $1.41261.

The all-time high RMRK coin price was $64.97.

Use our custom price calculator to see the hypothetical price of RMRK with market cap of ETH or other crypto coins.


The code for crypto currency is #RMRK. is 2.6 years old.


The current market capitalization for is $12,816,929. is ranked #668 out of all coins, by market cap (and other factors).


The trading volume is modest during the past 24 hours for #RMRK.

Today's 24-hour trading volume across all exchanges for is $55,040.


The circulating supply of RMRK is 9,073,194 coins, which is 91% of the maximum coin supply.

A highlight of is it's limited supply of coins, as this tends to support higher prices due to supply and demand in the market.


RMRK is a token on the Ethereum blockchain, and has digital contracts with 4 other blockchains.

See list of the RMRK Blockchain contracts with 5 different blockchains.


RMRK is available on several crypto currency exchanges.

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Singular Artists — Craig Smith and The Philosopher

Singular Artists — Craig Smith and The Philosopher - Our modular NFTs have unique features that allow artists to explore creativity in different ways. We interviewed 2 Singular artists that use our modular NFTs with their art in creative and unique ways. — Craig Smith - “I’ve always loved drawing and painting and I was obsessed with comics as a child. I graduated from Belfast Art College in the late nineties with a 1:1 in Art & Design. I painted semi-abstract figures, tried my hand at printmaking, took photography modules and in my final year I specialised in multimedia. That multimodal approach still informs my art practice today and I’ll take inspiration from pop culture, traditional art and whatever inspires me. I typically sketch and paint using Krita, an open source painting program that lets me use expressive digital paint brushes, or more focused pencil and pen work. I use Blender for my 3D work as it allows me to experiment with certain tools that I regularly use. My first collection on Singular was ‘Goopz’, a collection of 3D lab experiments given life by a toxic ‘goop’. ‘Goopz’ was my first foray into modular NFTs, and it enabled me to provide extra features or ‘skins’ that my collectors could choose for the artwork that I produce. I also introduced additional characters into the 3D environment which added something new to the narrative for each piece. I’m still thinking of w...

KANARIA background Design Contest

Calling all artists to create backgrounds for the unique collection of Kanaria birds. Kanaria is RMRK’s flagship Modular NFT project which showcases our unique composability and equipable NFT standards and now lives at Base chain. It’s the world’s first advanced Modular NFT collection launched in March of 2021. Kanaria birds are now migrating to the Base chain so we want to celebrate this migration with new backgrounds. We look for original art that will pop and enhance the beauty and originality of this collection. Requirements: -> Follow the template guidelines for Kanaria art ( -> Only unminted art will be eligible -> Art needs to be original. No AI art will be accepted. -> If there’s a suspicion of copyright infringement or exclusive use of AI we will ask the artists for proof of creation. How to submit: You can do it directly on our X post or at Joyn In both places you have full details. More info about Kanaria collection. The Kanaria collection Backgrounds collection In both places you have full details. We have attractive prizes for 3 winners. Deadline: 10 of January 2024 Good luck to all artists! KANARIA background Design Contest was originally published in RMRKapp on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

Migration of Kanaria and Skybreach lands

Dear Kanaria Community, Exciting news! Your Kanaria birds are ready to migrate to their new nesting grounds. The journey to get to this point was challenging, to say the least, but the hard part is over now, and we couldn’t be more excited about the new possibilities this migration opens up for us all. Before we landed on the new home for our precious birds, we carefully considered the best blockchain to go with. After a thorough evaluation, we’ve chosen Base as our platform of choice. This decision is based on several key factors that align with our commitment to providing the best experience for our community: Cost-Effective Transactions: Base offers a cost-efficient transaction environment, enabling seamless trading, equipping, and unequipping of assets at a reduced cost. Native Currency Integration: Base employs ETH as its native currency, facilitating a smoother adoption process within mainstream markets. Enhanced Visibility: Base is integrated with various other NFT marketplaces, providing increased visibility for Kanarias and further connecting our community with a broader audience. We acknowledge that this announcement may elicit mixed reactions within our community, as preferences for blockchain platforms vary. It is important to recognize that regardless of the chosen blockchain, there will always be differing opinions. Our decision is rooted in the pursuit of delivering the best possible experience for our com...

Rebranding our NFT standards: Introducing Modular NFTs

In the fast-paced world of blockchain technology and the rapidly growing NFT space, innovation and adaptation are key to staying ahead. RMRK Standards, a pioneering force in the NFT world, has taken a significant step in rebranding and redefining its standards. Formerly known as NFTs 2.0, these groundbreaking standards have now been rechristened as Modular NFTs. This new name reflects the essence of our standards, which are designed to function as versatile building blocks, easily connectable to create a rich ecosystem of creative and functional NFT applications. Modular NFTs are akin to digital building blocks that can be assembled and interconnected to form more complex and functional structures. Much like Lego pieces, these NFT modules can be used to create unique digital experiences, applications, and ecosystems. Key Features of Modular NFTs Interoperability: One of the most significant advantages of Modular NFTs is their interoperability. These legos can seamlessly interact with each other, opening up endless possibilities for combining and utilizing them across various applications and platforms., Extensibility: The modular nature of these standards makes them highly adaptable and extensible. Creators and developers can add new features or functionality to their NFTs, customizing them to suit their specific needs., Collaborative Potential: Modular NFTs encourage collaboration between artists, developers, and creators, ...

Emote on any NFT with our

In the NFT space, one of the most important relationships is between the creator and the collector. By purchasing an NFT, the collector demonstrates their appreciation for the piece, either because it’s an artwork that resonates with them, or because they view it as an investment to be flipped later. Typically, this is the main interaction that occurs from the time a piece is minted until it is purchased (minting and purchasing can occur at the same time in some cases).. This interaction can span a longer period if the piece is resold on the secondary market, fostering a relationship between two collectors (the primary and the secondary). When promoting the art piece, the artist may receive reactions and comments on social media. However, these comments and reactions soon disappear into the social platform’s algorithm, becoming invisible to all who have seen them. What if these reactions could be recorded on-chain, thereby preserving a record and provenance of them? That’s why we created, based on our EIP-7409, an NFT standard that enables NFTs to receive emoticons from any wallet. With this dApp, you can express your feelings towards any NFT you wish, demonstrating your affinity for it and its creator. Just as you use emojis on social media and in private messages, you now have the opportunity to do the same with NFTs. All emotes are recorded on-chain. Therefore, at any time, the creator (and others) can ...

Singular Release notes 29.08.2023

Hello RMRKables and welcome to the latest development update for Singular and related products. We had a busy month here at RMRK HQ, and are happy to share some of the things that we have been working on — BASE - You can now deploy RMRK collections and mint NFTs on Base network. Base is a secure, low-cost, builder-friendly Ethereum L2 built on OP Stack by Coinbase team. See the official announcement here: — NFT page glow up - NFT page layout has been updated to emphasise RMRK unique features and makes it clearer to review all the NFT details. This is the first step in a redesign, with more helpful sections to be added in future like “related” and “compatible” NFTs. — Upgradooor - We have launched a new tool that allows you to upgrade your ERC721 NFTs to RMRK NFTs, unlocking new possibilities including Multi-Asset, equippability and nestability. Find out more at — Collection stats - Collection page had a minor glow-up too and now includes basic collection stats — Collection verification improvements - It should be much clearer now on what additional details are missing in order to submit your collection for verification, including instructions on how to set up your ENS profile (which is one of the requirements before we can verify your collection) — Other - Migrated to latest Subsquid SDK, which makes Singular indexer more decentralised now, as all events...

Singular Release notes 09.08.2023

Hello everyone, It’s been quite some time since our last Singular release notes, and there are several reasons for this extended gap. We’ve been hard at work incorporating two new EVM chains into Singular — Ethereum and Polygon. As a result of this expansion, we identified certain issues within the way our indexer infrastructure is built. So we had to dedicate a considerable amount of effort to optimizing it in order to support multiple EVM chains effectively. Only after addressing these issues were we able to shift our focus back to our roadmap. But due to these adjustments, some planned features have been delayed. At Singular, we follow “progressive centralization.” This means ensuring access to NFTs and most functions even if back-end has issues. We prefer direct contract calls, using the Indexer as a last resort. Yet, in some instances, like search, indexer is necessary when working with NFTs and smart contracts. NFT Marketplaces are one of those dapps where users are accustumed to responsive Web 2.0 features for smooth trading and discoverability. This includes efficient search, trending NFTs, sales alerts, stats, history, etc. Building these requires Web 2.0 solutions, which means that some of the crucial features of NFT Marketplace currently cannot be completely decentralised, and as a result, we have to spend a substantial amount of resources on building the infrastructure for good search, trading alerts...

RMRK Ecosystem Report — April, May, June 2023

RMRK Ecosystem Report — April, May, June 2023 - — 5 RMRK-authored ERCs, upgraded Singular, new RMRK website, and more.. — RMRK ecosystem report — April, May, June Hey RMRKables! As we reach the midpoint of 2023, we want to take a moment to reflect on our journey thus far. We’ve faced new challenges, marked important victories, and continued to explore the potential within the NFT landscape. In this Ecosystem Report for April, May, and June 2023, we’ll share our progress in technical developments and community growth. Let’s take a closer look at what we’ve been up to. — Technical Development - > 5 ERCs made it to final, placing them in the same level as ERC20 and ERC721. ERC-5773: Context-Dependent Multi-Asset Tokens, ERC-6059: Parent-Governed Nestable Non-Fungible Tokens, ERC-6220: Composable NFTs utilizing Equippable Parts, ERC-6454: Minimal Transferable NFT detection interface, ERC-6381: Public Non-Fungible Token Emote Repository, > The latest version of the RMRK npm package is now 1.2.1., including improvements and latest versions of ERCs and EIPs. > EVM template repo has been updated for both standard EVMs and zkSync projects. > The RMRK website was redesigned to better reflect the present focus of the RMRK team and protocol. The new website features a cleaner user interface, improved navigation, and comprehensive documentation to name a few. — Singular - The...

Singular Release notes 05.07.2023

Welcome to the first post in a series of Singular release notes. A few weeks ago, we unveiled the initial version of Singular, featuring RMRK EVM support. We have an exciting roadmap with 10 months’ worth of planned features, and you can track our progress through these bi-weekly release notes. Stay tuned! — New Singular Roadmap - In our commitment to enhancing the Singular marketplace, we have devised a new public roadmap that specifically caters to Singular’s needs. Over the next 3–4 months, we will prioritize its development. The roadmap only includes high-level and public features and will not include smaller features and other improvements. You can find the new Singular roadmap here: Roadmap dates should be treated as flexible guidelines rather than fixed deadlines, as they are subject to change. Please note that while we strive for minimal changes, slight adjustments to the roadmap may still occur. — NFT Offers - The new feature enables users to make offers on unlisted NFTs, expanding the possibilities and opportunities within the platform. Users now have the ability to interact with and negotiate for NFTs that are not publicly listed, providing a more dynamic and inclusive trading environment. Please note that Sales notifications are coming soon, so at the moment you will not get notified when receiving a new offer on one of your NFTs. — Batch Inventory Manager - Introduc...

How to get xcRMRK on Moonbeam

in 2 different ways. — get xcRMRK on Moonbeam — image by RMRK With Singular now live on Moonbeam, now is a good time to get xcRMRK and take advantage of the cheaper fees. In this guide, you will learn how to get xcRMRK tokens for use on Moonbeam. xcRMRK is the bridged version of the RMRK token, which was originally minted on Kusama blockchain’s Asset Chain. As of July 2023, there are two main ways to get xcRMRK tokens on Moonbeam. xcRMRK token contract address on Moonbeam: 0xECf2ADafF1De8A512f6e8bfe67a2C836EDb25Da3 — 1. Using Squid Router’s Multi-chain Swap - Currently, this is the most straightforward and easy-to-use option. Squid Router allows any token to be swapped between blockchains. It currently exists as a widget on Singular. Follow the steps below to use it: On Singular, click the connect button at the top right of the screen. If you have already connected a wallet, then this button will have some characters of your public key and a Moonbeam logo., connect dialog box on Singular — image by RMRK On the drop-down menu, select ‘Swap tokens’. This will open the Swap dialog box., Click the ‘connect wallet’ button and connect your wallet again. You may wonder why you have to connect your wallet a second time. The first time, you connected your wallet to Singular. Now, you are connecting to Squid Router., Swap dialog box on Singular — image by RMRK Choose the blockchain you ...


RMRK Token Granted Sufficiency and Made Available on Ethereum

    [PRESS RELEASE - Zug, Switzerland, 17th May, 2022] The RMRK token, a token native to the revolutionary NFT 2.0 protocol on Polkadot, has been granted sufficiency on the Statemine common good chain, allowing payments to be made in that token rather than the chain's native token (KSM). Additionally, it is now available on the Ethereum network through the Multichain bridge. Sufficiency The self-execution of a code-change enacted by on-chain governance of the Kusama network, Polkadot's wild cousin, took place on May 16th after being voted in on May 8th, and marks a historic precedent: for the first time, a non-native token can be used to pay transactions on the Statemine common-good parachain (blockchain connected to the Kusama relay-chain). This news follows other firsts for the RMRK token, including being the first Statemine token to be listed on a centralized exchange, and the first chainless Polkadot-ecosystem token to be transferable to no less than 3 different parachains. As a reminder, Statemine is a common-good parachain that does not have to participate in the chain auction model, and instead occupies a permanent slot connected to the Kusama relay chain, forever enjoying the relay's economic security. Statemine's purpose is to be a lightweight balance-keeping ledger of basic fungible and non-fungible tokens. To be able to receive and send tokens on Statemine, accounts need to be initialized with some KSM - Kusama's native token - and use KSM for transaction fees. This is... read More

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